21 Easter Table Tips

Easter colors are so light and pretty. The spring icons are so fresh and whimsical. I say embrace them and spread it all over your tabletop. Here are 15 inspiring tips to help you create your own original designs for this years celebration.


Get a box of birds on wire and wrap them around your napkins then place on each plate for a peep of Spring.


Weave a long piece of fabric down the center of your table, around candles, flowers and Easter icons to unite your look.


Pick one color, like gold, and work it through your entire tabletop.


Place little vases of flowers all the way down the center of your table with a few placed here and there closer to your plates. Work one signature flower into your place setting.


Hang ribbon streamers down from you chandelier or tie up a hula hoop and do the same for a fun kid’s table.


Four your place cards, get peel and stick letters from your local office supply store and put each persons initial on an easter egg at the place you would like them to sit.


Build a green grass pot and banner to place down the center of your table or at each place with an Easter message. Click on the photo to learn how.


Use layers and LOTS of textures.


Create bunny ears at each place to create height, fun and drama.


In a planter box arrange spring flowers and eggs.


Stick with Easter pastels and mix in some brown eggs.


Create tiny baskets of blooms and then attach name cards for each place setting….your guest can then take the little beauties home.


Create and Easter rainbow by wrapping various shades of tulips together in a rectangular vase.


Place carrots on a stick and line them up in a row in a basket down your table.


Keep it simple by placing white eggs in and around a block of wheat grass with a candle in the center.


How about three or four nests of golden eggs on your holiday table?


Spread a collection of vegetables down the center of your dinning table.


Show of your easter egg collection on top of your candlesticks.


Make a burlap bunny runner ….click on the photo for instructions.


Bring in nature by buying inexpensive twig nest at a craft store then go for a nature walk with your loved ones and twist, turn and place the natural elements in and around your nests.


Create some bunny napkin rings ….click on the link for the how-to.